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2020-2021 Newport High School Virtual Schedule


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Bellevue, WA 98006
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Main Office: (425) 456-7400
Attendance: (425) 456-7406
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M-T-T-F:  8:00am – 3:00pm
Wed:  8:00am – 12:55pm
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UPDATED INFO: 2021-2022 Registration Information for Students and Families

Dear Newport Families, It is amazing to believe that we are already talking about next school year! The Counseling Team has been working with our Principals as well as counselors across the district to put together a comprehensive program for course selection for the 2021-2022 school year. Yesterday counselors hosted Registration Presentation for students, which were recorded and are available on our Registration website. Below is a summary of key information. More details, resources and links can always be found on the Registration Website:   For Students:
  • Wednesday March 3rd 10:15 – 11:00 (Community Time)
  • NHS Student Team - students can find channels for counselors and teachers. A calendar link to the session will be sent.
  • Students Select courses in StudentVUE AND Course Selection Microsoft Forms
    • Instruction Video for StudentVUE Course Selection
    • Students ALSO Complete Course Selection Microsoft Form (Link on website)
    • Finish BOTH of these before meeting with your counselor. Counselors can make changes if needed.
  • Individual Student Meetings with Counselors
  • 9th Grade – Week of March 8 (More info coming soon!)
  • 10th Grade – Week of March 15 (More info coming soon!)
  • 11th Grade – Week of March 22 (More info coming soon!)
  For Parents:
  • Watch Counselor Information Session (Link on Website in grade level section)
  • Parent Q&A Live Event
    • March 4th: Rising 9th/10th Grade 5:30-6:30. Rising 11th/12th Grade 6:30-7:30. Links will be posted on the Registration Website no later than the morning of March 4th.
    • Submit questions in advance. (Link on Registration website)
    • Counselors, Principals and other staff will be answering questions live
    • Session will be recorded for future viewing (link is on our website)
  • Discuss courses with you student
    • Help them select a rigorous AND balanced list of course that will prepare them for their future goals
    • Encourage them to talk with their current teachers for advice on the next level
    • Suggest that they watch teacher Flipgrid videos for descriptions of courses (Link on our website)
  • Remind your student to attend their session with their counselor
  More Information and all links are on the Registration Website:  

Class Procedure Resources

Information on this page is meant to provide logistic information for your classes. Teachers are sorted alphabetically by last name. We recommend using CTRL + F to search for a teacher’s name quickly. The list is not yet complete, but we are working to complete it and will update it periodically. As this is a new resource, we would love feedback on its usefulness, as well as improvements that could be made to this resource. Click the link below to access this document: Class-Procedures-v3_02-08-2021

Class of 2021 Graduation

[vc_row][vc_column][cs_alert type="info" bgcolor="rgba(217,83,79,0.58)" border_color="#d9534f" text_color="#ffffff"]Class of 2021 Update Graduation has been tentatively scheduled for June 17th at 12pm.  Location (TBD). Format will be contingent upon guidance from the King County Health Dept., the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and Central Office Administration.[/cs_alert][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row padding="no-padding"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Now that the 2021 school year is under way, you may be turning your attention to graduation activities. Please review the following information about all upcoming activities and events as your senior concludes their high school experience. We look forward to celebrating this important occasion.  Be sure to check back frequently as we update this page as more details unfold.[/vc_column_text][cs_alert type="danger" icon="fa-exclamation-triangle"]It's time to order your cap & gown and other optional graduation memorabilia!   All seniors participating in commencement will need these 4 items:
  • Cap
  • Gown
  • Tassel
  • Stole
Jostens - your graduation supplier for Newport HS invites you to start placing your graduation orders including your caps & gowns/announcements and accessories from Jostens.  Cap and Gown distribution is set for March 24th at 12:30 pm at Newport High School.  You can place an order up until the morning of March 24th and still pick it up that afternoon.  For the cap, gown, tassel and stole unit only, click here:  Jostens  Note, if you already have a gown and just need to order the cap, tassel, and stole you will need to call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 as those items are not available individually online.  For other grad items such as announcements, rings, class of 2021 swag, etc. click here: AP Capes and Honor Cords are optional and are now available for purchase.  Fees for these two optional items will appear on the accounts for eligible students and can be purchased through Touchbase.[/cs_alert][cs_divider][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs style="modern" color="juicy-pink" spacing="35" active_section="1" css=".vc_custom_1614727272831{background-color: #edcb36 !important;}"][vc_tta_section i_icon_fontawesome="fa fa-graduation-cap" add_icon="true" title="Ceremony" tab_id="1608140040868-0162b05e-89ef"][vc_column_text]

Graduation Ceremony

June 17, 2021 | Time TBD | Place TBD

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Senior Awards

Date TBD | Time TBD| Place TBD


Senior Video

Date TBD | Time TBD| Place TBD

Please see flyer for details:  Senior Video 2021 Deadline to submit extracurricular photos is February 28, 2021 Deadline to submit all photos is April 18, 2021 Email pics to:[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section i_icon_fontawesome="fa fa-calendar" add_icon="true" title="Important Dates" tab_id="1608140223044-43ae0514-d79f"][vc_column_text][table id=23 /][/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section i_icon_fontawesome="fa fa-newspaper-o" add_icon="true" title="Senior Guideposts" tab_id="1605226166028-5c403a1a-3309"][vc_column_text]NHS Senior Guideposts 1-21-21 NHS Senior Guideposts 1-14-21 NHS Senior Guideposts 12-16-20 NHS Senior Guideposts 12-9-20 NHS Senior Guideposts 11-12-20 NHS Senior Guideposts 10-2-20[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row]

YOUNG EXECUTIVES OF COLOR (YEOC) – UW Foster School of Business

YEOC Flyer 2021-22 YOUNG EXECUTIVES OF COLOR (YEOC) University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business High School to College Pipeline Program Are you a high school student interested in business and considering college? What is YEOC? Established in 2006, the mission of the Young Executives of Color (YEOC) program is to cultivate the academic potential of underrepresented high school student leaders in Washington State through college preparation, mentorship and the development of real life business skills. The YEOC business program provides an opportunity for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to participate in a nine month business academy at the University of Washington Seattle Campus. The Program currently serves 179 students from 68 high schools around the state of Washington. YEOC is a FREE program providing meals and supplies for participants. The only cost to students is transportation to and from the University of Washington Seattle Campus. Program Eligibility: Current high school freshman, sophomores and juniors from any high school in Washington 3.0 GPA and above is preferred (but not required) Active leaders in their community First generation college students (strongly encouraged to apply) Strong interest in exploring and pursuing business (prior business experience is not required) Target Audience: YEOC is open to all students, with a focus on serving historically under-represented minority groups: African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Pacific Islander and Southeast Asian Program benefits:
  • 9 Monthly Professional Development Seminars
  • Preparation for college admissions and scholarships
  • Business lectures & case competitions
  • Exposure to a variety of business options and careers
  • Scholarship opportunities for YEOC seniors
  • Networking opportunities with professionals from EY, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and more!
  • Mentorship from an upperclassman at the UW Foster School of Business
  • Supportive network of highly ambitious high school students from across the state of Washington
Application Deadline: MAY 31st, 2021 - Current High School 9th, 10th and 11th graders apply online today!  YEOC Application Link:   Need more info? Damariz Ibáñez YEOC Program Manager:   2021/2022 Program Dates: *All dates subject to change
  • Orientation – Sept. 25
  • Team Building – Oct. 16
  • Marketing – Nov. 13
  • Finance – Dec. 4
  • Information Systems – Jan. 8
  • Icreate Consulting – Feb. 5
  • International Business – Mar. 5
  • Accounting – Apr. 2
  • YEOC Case Competition – May 7
  • Senior Celebration – May 21


YO! Disabled and Proud has launched a yearlong youth-led interview project collecting stories and memories of Ed Roberts' legacy from Disabled elders. Join our volunteers for this exciting project! YO! Disabled and Proud wants to know:
  • Are you a youth (ages 16-28) who wants to become involved in the disability rights movement?
  • Would you be interested in interviewing an elder in the disability community for stories and memories of Ed Roberts as part of our 2021 oral history project?
Get involved! Send us your name and age and let us know if you want to be an interviewer via e-mail: